Having read this far, do you genuinely want to be saved? Do you want to get right with God — whatever the cost or consequences? If not, you have not grasped the importance of the pages you have read. You should therefore read them again slowly and carefully, asking God to show you the truth.
If God has shown you your need, and you do want to be saved, then you must turn in repentance toward God and faith toward our Lord Jesus Christ (Acts 20:21).
This means a complete change regarding sin. There must be a change of mind. You must admit that you are a sinner, a rebel against a holy and loving God. There must be a change of heart — genuine sorrow and shame at the vileness and filthiness of your sin. Then you must be willing to forsake it and change the direction of your life. God challenges people to do works benefitting repentance (Acts 26:20). You must do this. God will not forgive any sin you are not willing to forsake. To repent is to go in a new direction, seeking wholeheartedly to live in a way that pleases God.
If God has shown you your need, and given you this desire, then turn to Christ — and do it now! Ideally, pray aloud to Him; this may help you to be clear about what you are doing. Confess that you are a guilty, lost and helpless sinner, and with all your heart ask Christ to save you, and to take His rightful place as the Lord of your life, enabling you to turn from sin and to live for Him.
The Bible says that if you confess with your mouth the Lord Jesus and believe in your heart that God has raised Him from the dead, you will be saved and that whoever calls on the name of the Lord shall be saved (Romans 10:9; Romans 10:13). If you truly trust Christ as your Savior and acknowledge Him as your Lord, you can claim these promises as your own.